GOEIC has a large number of quality testing laboratories for industrial commodities to maintain control over quality and safety of industrial and engineering commodities according to Egyptian or international standard specifications.
Industrial laboratories testing of lots of imported industrial commodities according to Ministerial Resolution No. 770 of 2005, and testing of industrial commodities lots that the external customer requests to be tested according to the national and international standard specifications in fields of electrical commodities, spare parts of vehicles and equipment, chemicals, building materials, refractories and miscellaneous industrial commodities, in order to protect consumers and customers from commercial fraud or importing of commodities with quality that does not meet the terms of contractual imports and national and international standard specifications.
These laboratories are located in various ports:
Cairo Airport include
The General Organization for Export and Import Control signed a joint cooperation protocol with the Export Council for Printing, Packaging, Paper, Books and Artistic Works, through cooperation and coordination with the Trade Development and Export Development Project in Egypt funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID TRADE), with the aim of cooperation between the two parties in the field of Chemical analyzes in GOEIC laboratories and the exchange of information and data, and this step is a contribution to supporting the printing and packaging sector to facilitate the completion of procedures for companies affiliated with the sector.
Within the framework of the Ministry of Trade and Industry’s keenness to improve the system of services provided to the exporters and importers community through commitment to implementing the latest systems and rules followed in a way that contributes to facilitating the movement of trade between Egypt and the countries of the world, and in i
Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, held a meeting today, to follow up on the position of Al-Nasr Export and Import Company “Gosoor”, in the presence of Eng. Ahmed Samir the Minister of Trade& industry and the Plenipotentiary Minister/ Yahya Al-Wathiq Be-Allah, Head of the Commercial Representation and Eng. Essam al Naggar the Chairman of the General Organization for Export and Import Control.
The Prime Minister indicated that today's meeting comes within the framework of following up the position of Al-Nasr Export and Import Company "Gosoor", after a decision was issued to transfer its affiliation from the Ministry of Public Business Sector to the Ministry of Trade and Industry, pointing to the role of this company in achieving the targets of the export sector.
During the meeting, Dr. Mostafa Madbouly directed the need to develop an integrated plan to activate the work of the "Gosoor" company, based on the goals and purpose of establishing this company, with the need to work on the
Chairman of GOEIC meets Alexandria businessmen to discuss the future of Egyptian industry and exports according to the state's strategy to reach 100 billion dollars.
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Within the framework of the Ministry of Trade and Industry’s keenness to improve the system of services provided to the exporters and importers community through commitment to implementing the latest systems and rules followed in a way that contributes to facilitating the movement of trade between Egypt and the countries of the world, GOEIC holds a seminar in cooperation with the Yokogawa company’s team in the Middle East and Africa to clarify the capabilities of the laboratory management system LIMS.
The leaders of GOEIC and a group of Engineers from food, chemical and industrial laboratories participated in the seminar. Representatives of the National Food Safety Authority also participated in the seminar.
The seminar aims to identify the best international practices applied in this field by reviewing the networking systems in order to keep pace with the requirements of the comprehensive strategic plan of the state and implement the directives of the President of the Republic in th
This is through a fully funded grant provided by the Korean government, during which programs of technical consultancy, capacity building and knowledge exchange are provided with the aim of transferring Korean expertise in this field.
The delegation of the Korean delegation held the inaugural seminar and signed the memorandum of understanding for the project at GOEIC main headquarters at the airport, where Mr. Eng. Essam Al-Naggar, Chairman of GOEIC signed the memorandum of understanding for the project on behalf of GOEIC and Mr. Moo-Kyung Jung, Senior Advisor to the Korean Export-Import Bank representative of the Korean project
In the presence of:
Mr. Byungsun Choi - The Consul General of the Korean Embassy in Cairo and those accompanying him,
Mr. Sukho Lee - Commercial Counselor, Head of the Commercial Attaché at the Korean Embassy and his accompanying persons.
And in the presence of the delegation of the Korean project, consisting of a group of technical experts, officials of the donor, and rep
Eng. / Essam Al-Najjar, Chairman of the General organization for Export and Import Control, received a delegation from the Russian government, accompanied by a number of companies, to discuss ways of cooperation between the two countries and to increase trade exchange between them.
The delegation represents the Russian Export Development Authority and companies operating in the fields of medical equipment, grains, food products and agricultural equipment and The delegation is discussing ways to support trade and economic cooperation between the two countries, especially with the Russian side's interest in supporting Russian exports to the Egyptian side in these fields, in conjunction with the country's move towards replacing European imports with Egyptian ones.
The Russian delegation presented a presentation on the most important export sectors that it is interested in exporting to the Arab Republic of Egypt. These sectors are limited to (grains and food products - greenhouses and fertilizers - commercial t
Eng. Essam Al-Naggar, Chairman of the General Organization for Export and Import Control, opens the EXPORT SMART 2023 forum in its second edition, representing Eng. Ahmed Samir, Minister of Trade and Industry, and delivered his speech, saying: -
On behalf of His Excellency Eng. Ahmed Samir, Minister of Commerce and Industry, I welcome all the distinguished attendees today at "EXPORT SMART2023" which is one of the most important exhibitions for exporters that monitors the challenges facing them and discusses ways of supporting the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to meet these challenges and create opportunities and solutions that promote sustainable development and come under the directives of His Excellency President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to support Egyptian exports to reach the 100 billion dollars and also through the objectives of the Egyptian Government's programme to strengthen the national economy in line with Egypt's Vision 2030.
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The General Organization for Export and Import Control, the Egyptian Center for Economic Studies (ECES), in cooperation with the Trade Reform and Export Development Project of the US Agency for International Development (USAID TRADE), is participating in a series of seminars entitled Documenting the life cycle of the import and export process for a group of products in Egypt, and tracking and documenting the life cycle of the import and export process for a group of products in Egypt. The import and export business life for a group of products belonging to 6 different sectors, starting from contracting, passing through customs clearance and shipping, all the way to settling all financial transactions, whether between the parties to the commercial process with each other or with the government (temporary permission - export support).
Both have participated:
Dr. Dalia Shehab - Head of the Central Administration for Exports and Origin.
Eng. Sayed Mansour - Head of the Central Administration for Industrial Imp
The visit of Eng. Essam El-Naggar - Chairman of the General Organization for Export and Import Control and Ambassador Ashraf El-Deeb - Consul General of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Dubai to the Egyptian pavilion at Gulfood 2023 with the participation of Dr. Hussein Mansour, former head of the National Food Safety Authority, Minister Plenipotentiary Trade Ashraf Hamdy - Head of the Egyptian Trade Office in Dubai, and a number of members of Chairmen of the Egyptian Halal Company ISEG.
"Gulfood 2023" is the world's largest annual trade Exhibition for food and beverages, playing a pivotal role in strengthening the Middle East's leading role in the global food agenda.
"Gulfood 2023" has continuously promoted innovation across its local, regional and global supply chains, by attracting large numbers of exhibitors, buyers and visitor’s year after year.
"Gulfood 2023" is divided into sectors to increase accessibility and trade capacity, and tens of thousands of food and beverages are on display.
It is wor
Eng. / Essam Al-Najjar and Dr. / Salah Anwar Al-Kamouni, Chairman of the Gharbia Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Board of Directors of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, inaugurated the office of the General organization for Export and Import Control at the commercial headquarters in Gharbia Governorate.
And in the presence of:
Mr. / Nader Ali, Head of the Central Administration for Commercial Registrations Mr. / Ihab Al-Banna, Director General of Supervision of Commercial Registrations
Eng./ Essam Al-Najjar confirmed that the state is working hard to provide all services to exporters and importers, and due to the provision of the Western Chamber of Commerce for the headquarters and fruitful cooperation, the organization’s office in the governorate was opened to serve exporters and importers in the Delta governorates, in order to save time and effort, and the office provides all services to exporters and importers, pointing out that all services The office takes place within the framew
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The General organization for Export and Import Control participates in the Egyptian-Chinese Summit for the Supply of Petroleum and Chemical Equipment CSSOPE EGYPT 2023, and this comes in the presence of the commercial attaché at the Chinese Embassy in Cairo.
The General Organization for Export and Import Control holds an awareness seminar on "all laws and decisions regulating the examination and testing of tobacco products and its substitutes, including alternatives to traditional cigarettes such as heated tobacco and electronic cigarettes"
Eng. Essam El-Naggar - Chairman of the General Organization for Export and Import Control: GOEIC plays a pivotal and effective role in supporting the state's efforts to serve Egyptian trade and industry by strengthening the infrastructure system for product quality and protecting the Egyptian consumer.
Within the framework of the Ministry of Trade and Industry's keenness to improve the system of services provided to the exporters and importers community through commitment to implementing the latest systems and rules in place, in a way that contributes to facilitating the movement of trade between Egypt and the countries of the world.
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The Control of Exports and Imports holds a Seminar entitled:
"Digitization and governance of conformity assessment procedures using the latest artificial intelligence application systems within the framework of trade facilitation"
Eng. Essam El-Naggar: We are keen to support the state's efforts to serve Egyptian trade and industry, including efforts to shift to green industries.
Within the framework of the Ministry of Trade and Industry's keenness to improve the system of services provided to the exporters and importers community through commitment to implementing the latest systems and rules in place, in a way that contributes to facilitating the trade movement between Egypt and the countries of the world.
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Major General: Ahmed Abdel Aziz - Permanent Undersecretary of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
Dr. Ayman Mashhour - Advisor to the Deputy Minister of Communications.
Dr. Nermin Abu Al-Ata, Advisor to the Minister of Trade and Industry.
Dr. Tarek El Houby - Head o
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Within the framework of the General organization for Export and Import Control's keenness to remove all obstacles that hinder the trade movement in front of the business community and to facilitate the movement of foreign trade.
Eng. / Essam Al-Naggar, Chairman of the General organization for Export and Import Control, received each of:
Mr.: Julien Parlé, Commercial Attaché at the French Embassy.
Mr. Romain Gizar, Director of the Office of the French Embassy in Egypt (Business France).
Eng. / Essam Al-Naggar reviewed the tasks of the General organization for Export and Import Control, the supervisory role entrusted to it and the tasks it performs. He also reviewed the integrated laboratories system in the organization and the procedures and assistance that investors in Egypt can obtain through the role of the organization.
The French delegation inquired about the terms of import and export in Egypt and how to benefit from the Egyptian trade agreements to facilitate the process of trade an
In line with the state’s role in sustainable development and increasing Egyptian exports to access international markets and achieving GOEIC vision in simplifying procedures, today the first two companies have been approved by the Export system within the framework of the Euro-Mediterranean agreements through the Central Administration for Exports and Origin at the headquarters of the General Organization for Export and Import Control.
Eng. Essam Al-Naggar received the following companies (Canadian International Aluminum Company - Nile Company for Advanced Agricultural Industrialization) who have fulfilled all the procedures and requirements of GOEIC to join the Approved Exporter System, as well as fulfilling the rules of origin stipulated in the Euro-Mediterranean agreements.
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The most important achievements of the General Organization for Export and Import Control during the year 2022
The number of letters presented to the General Organization for Export and Import Control during the year 2022 reached (103,392) letters.
The number of industrial import letters reached (81,377) messages. The number of (78,055) letters was accepted, and (3322) letters were rejected.
Non-industrial import letters reached (22015) letters, (21477) letters were accepted and (538) letters were rejected.
The letters presented to GOEIC laboratories amounted to (249,796) messages during the year 2022.
1. The number of samples examined was (29168) food samples.
2. The number of (108,070) chemical samples.
3. The number of (11019) contract samples.
4. The number of (101,539) industrial samples.
The Certificate of origin:
The General Organization for Export and Import Control issued (362,893) certificates of origin during the year 2022, in accordance with
Eng. Ahmed Samir: 11% increase in Egypt's merchandise exports during the first 11 months of 2022, projections of $35 billion in exports by the end of the year.
Disbursement of 16.7 billion pounds to exporting companies under the Export Burden Recovery Program.
103 thousand and 392 foods, chemical and industrial messages were examined by GOEIC.
Implementation of 89 training programs for 2424 trainees in export, import and international marketing.
Commercial offices succeed in providing 1090 export opportunities with an estimated value of $1.9 billion.
Launching the first trade deal to export Egyptian food products to Ghana within the framework of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.
Eng. Ahmed Samir, Minister of Commerce and Industry, announced that Egypt's exports succeeded in the first 11 months of 2022 in achieving positive indicators by an increase of 11%, with exports totaling about 32 billion and 575 million dollars compared to 29 billion and 405 million dollars during the same period in 2
The Executive List of law no. 120 concerning registration in the record of the commercial business agency and scientific offices.